SPAIN’S geographical wealth divide is starkly illustrated in a new report, with the country’s 10 poorest towns being in the south, according to consultancy firm AIS Group.

The data, collected from Spain’s Office of National Statistics and Habits Big Data, examined towns with more than 50,000 inhabitants.

Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in Morocco, is the poorest municipality with 44.3% of people falling into the poverty trap category. It is followed by Murcia (32.8%), Las Palmas (31.3%) and Caceres (31.0%).


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